Security is integral to all aspects of the Oracle Database. DBAs set up accounts, passwords, and privileges. Application developers process encrypted data and secure their APIs against attacks. Network administrators secure communication channels. The security documentation prepares you to fill one or more of those roles, and to plan and implement an effective security strategy.
The most important security-related tasks and conceptual information when managing Oracle databases.
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Database-level security features for controlling access to your information.
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The security features of Oracle Net are described in the Oracle Net documentation.
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The storage features of the Oracle database include security capabilities.
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Oracle Database Vault
Oracle Database Vault helps you address the most difficult security problems remaining today: protecting against insider threats, meeting regulatory compliance requirements, and enforcing separation of duty.
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